09:05 Do quake-hit Canterbury businesses need more financial help?

Tony Morrison, owner of Canary Furniture in central Christchurch, and one of the spokespeople for the Canterbury Small and Medium Enterprises Action group. The group says many quake-hit businesses will go to the wall unless they get immediate financial assistance from the Government and council; Angela Moore, co-owner City Seafood Market, a small business on Manchester Street; and Peter Townsend, chief executive of the Canterbury Employers' Chamber of Commerce.

09:30 Economy - where are we at, and what's in store for 2011?

Alan Bollard, Reserve Bank Governor. The central bank kept interest rates unchanged at 3% yesterday and signalled there will be fewer interest rate hikes over the next two years.

09:45 Pacific correspondent Mike Field

Tthe financial crisis in Tonga and the Chinese role, what's going on in the Easter Islands and the Christchurch innovation to remake Samoan coffee.

10:05 Nick Danziger

Nick Danziger has travelled the world taking photographs and making documentary films, and has become one of the world's most renowned photojournalists.

His latest project Mana: Inside the All Blacks, is a black and white picture book of the All Blacks, not just on the field. Nick spent June 2010 with them. Profits from the book go to the All Black charity Kids Can Stand Tall.


Nick Danziger gallery.

Bush and Blair.
The 2004 World Press Photo 1st Prize in the Single Portrait Award by Nick Danziger. Prime Minister Tony Blair and President George W. Bush. The picture was taken during Danziger's 30-day, ground-breaking study of a Prime Minister at war.

10:30 Children's Book Review with John McIntyre

Baa-Baa Smart Sheep by Mark Sommeset
Illustrated by Rowan Sommerset
Published by Dreamboat Books
ISBN 978-0-9864668-1-6

Quaky Cat Diana Noonan, illustrated by Gavin Bishop
Published by Scholastic
ISBN 978-1-4-77543-029-2

The Fierce little Woman and the Wicked Pirate by Joy Cowley
Illustrated by Sarah Davis
Published b Gecko Press
ISBN 978-1-877467-40-0

10:45 Reading: Turaki Domain by Justin Eade (Part 2 of 2)

Tex Rapley is a seventy test All Black legend who has played to massive crowds in all the great stadia of the world. Today Tex is playing on pitch number two, Turaki Domain before thirty spectators.

11:05 New Music with Sean McKenna

Artist: Matt Langley
Album: Featherbones (free download of one of Matt's EPs on his website)
Song: Let It Go Now
Video: '7:13' APRA Country Song of the Year 2010

Artist: James Blake
Album: From his album entitled 'Album', to be released February 2011
Song: Limit To Your Love
Video: Limit To Your Love

Artist: Various
Album: A Very Little Christmas (free download on website)
Song: Glass Owls - December
Great North - A Guiding Star

11:30 Sports commentator Joseph Romanos

Barry Maister's farewell from the NZ Olympic Committee, The Ashes, and the forthcoming NZ Rugby Awards.

11:45 Week That Was with Radar and Gemma Gracewood